Student Samples of Reflective Writing

Reflective Writing for the Midterm Portfolio Assessment

  • Make certain to address each SLO in a direct, explicit way. One easy way to do this is to use the prompt language in direct way.
  • Make certain to establish the context throughout each paragraph. One way to set context is by being specific as possible.
  • Whenever possible make connections to course content and materials. When you make connections, you demonstrate critical thinking and deep thinking. Use your NWWK book and the course wiki to help you remember and think about course content.
  • Specifically refer to and discuss your work as evidence. You should be using the hyperlink feature when you refer to your evidence.
  • Remember to try and slip-in some of the Habits of Mind terms into your reflection.